Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Booking on Airtel Mobile

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Now you travel across the country with push of a button on the Airtel Phone Airtel, the largest Mobile Operator with over 52 million customers in the country now brings to you the convenience of planning your travel on the mobile through the travel & ticketing feature. Whether you want to travel by air or by rail all you now need is your Airtel mobile.

Now book all your rail tickets through your Airtel mobile. Just log on to the Services for you section on Airtel Live & click on the book rail tickets link

1) Advantages of the application
a) Now you can book all your rail tickets through the mobile
b) You would get the PNR confirmation on the mobile phone.
c) The tickets get delivered to the location of your choice within 72 hrs
d) You can also check the status of your ticket on the mobile.
2) How can you use the Application?
a) Click on the Book rail tickets link within Services for you section on Airtel Live
b) Log on using your existing username & password or create one using the new user link
c) Choose your Departure & Arrival stations, date & availability of trains
d) Pay using your credit card & get the tickets delivered to your doorstep
e) Check your ticket status through the PNR enquiry link
3) Charges
a) Browsing the website is free of cost Airtel will charge a convenience fee of Rs 7/ticket booked & Rs 3/ PNR enquiry as well as checking availability
b) In addition to the above costs IRCTC also charges Rs 40/non AC ticket & Rs 60/AC ticket as a convenience fee for delivering the tickets to the desired location
4) Term & Condition
Delivery of tickets is the responsibility of IRCTC & Bharti Airtel has no role on the same. For any clarifications/enquiries contact care@irctc.co.in. Bharti Airtel will charge Rs 7/ for every successful PNR generation & Rs 3/avaibilibilty check as well as PNR enquiry. The same will be deducted from the balance of the prepaid customer & will be added as a part of the bill of the postpaid customer

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